Edward Kleinschmidt

Edward Kleinschmidt

Edward Ernst Kleinschmidt (September 9, 1876 - August 22, 1977) was one of the inventors of the teleprinter, and was a prolific inventor who obtained 118 patents in the course of his 101-year life.

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Edward Kleinschmidt - Other Inventions
... Although best known for the teleprinter, Kleinschmidt also invented many other devices, including an automatic fishing reel and a vaccination shield, and is credited with making major improvements to the ... Kleinschmidt died in Canaan, Connecticut, of heart disease in 1977 at the age of 101 ...